Japanese light cruiser “Noshiro” goes to sea for sea trials

light cruiser Noshiro

The Japanese light cruiser “Noshiro” (class “Agano”) goes to sea for testing in the waters of Tokyo Bay.
Noshiro was completed at Yokosuka shipyard on June 30, 1943. The cruiser took an active part in the operations of the Japanese fleet of the second half of World War II.
Noshiro sunk October 26, 1944 in a battle near the island of Samar.



Location: Tokyo Bay, Japan
Date: June 1943

In : 1943

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